motion design inspiration april 2016 - Da Capo by JuBaFilms

Awesome Motion Design Inspiration – April 2016

Motion Design – an abbreviation for Motion Graphics Design is the art of using graphic design and putting it motion with the use of visual effects, audio and animation in filmmaking, video production or multimedia presentations. Every month, we’ll try to feature a collection of the best motion design works done by Motion Graphics Artists from around the world to keep you engaged and inspired.


Da Capo by JuBaFilms – What would you change? by  Emanuele Colombo 


Gameplay UX Presentation (HUD) intro by Dez CGFX


Bang & Olufsen – Beoplay by UPPER FIRST


Happy F5! by UPPER FIRST


In Search Of The Dragon Balls by Craig Pinto 

Submitted by Craig Pinto
Dragon Ball is one of my favorite shows of all time. As a kid, I fell into the magic of its great humor and whimsical locations that held their own personalities. The true tests of strength, purity of heart and lasting friendships, had me hooked to the characters and the storyline.

You see how a simple yet charming Goku wins over the most evil of hearts and minds, from Yamacha the thief, to Tien the con-artist and finally Piccolo the lonely avenger. I was recently watching it with my wife and fell in love with it all over again! I wanted to test out some animation techniques and new illustration style for a game concept I want to start developing. I decided to use this nostalgic story as a foundation to my research. It was super fun, and a long awaiting tribute the 8 year old me has always wanted to do.


The story of Burstype ! by Emanuele Marani


Motion Design 2015 Senior Gallery Show by Audrey Beale, Viraj Ajmeri, Dakota Hopkins, Sarah Elly, Jason Beale and Carlos Enciso


The liberation of Europe | Opening by Alexandr Komarovskiy  


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